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For youth who face media-induced anxiety or depression, pope has advice

During Macedonia visit, Francis laments that in digital age, we are all “connected,” but not really “involved” with one another.

Catholic parish dos and don’ts from millennials

If my focus group ruled the world, here's what they would probably enforce.

Pope tells high schoolers to guard against cell phone addiction

Cell phones are great, he says, but life is for "communication" not for mere "contacts."

15 Meme-worthy quotes from the pope’s new writing on youth

Christ is alive! Rejoice with him as with a friend who has triumphed. Your Savior lives!

New Bible infuses the sacred texts with Instagram-style art to attract millennials

Reminding millennials of the beauty of the Word through modern illumination.

An incorrupt heart, 17,000 youth, and the hope of SEEK19

As the bishops were gathered on retreat, young people were also inspired to turn to Christ.

Youth decide to bring Christ to the only mission diocese in the US

Supported by a ministry of Franciscan University, these young people say living and evangelizing should be synonymous

5 Ways the Catholic Church has changed the world

Word on Fire's recent man-on-the-street interviews demonstrate that young adults need to study Church history.

Francis concludes synod with 3 points to learn from Jesus and Bartimaeus

"The faith that saved Bartimaeus did not have to do with his having clear ideas about God, but in his seeking him and longing to encounter him."

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